We are searching for the best candidates for the position of:
Digital Technology Leadership Program
Location: Krakow, nr ref: 3259805
The Digital Technology Leadership Program (DTLP) offers those with a passion for building game-changing software and information technology platforms an opportunity to grow their leadership skills, business acumen and technical skills while building a career with unlimited potential. DTLP is a two years program with four rotational job assignments focused on top GE Digital Technology initiatives. Program members lead by doing, gaining real-world experience by working on important and challenging projects alongside some of the brightest minds in the world.
Topics of DTLP Training:
Leadership - Problem Solving, Strategic Thinking, Accountability, Change Agent, Collaboration, Decision Making & Risk Management, Communication, Influence.
Technical Expertise - Software Development, Architecture, Data & Analytics, Design & User Experience, Digital Operations, Program Management, Risk & Compliance.
Business Acumen - Fiscal Awareness, Business Understanding, Customer Focus & Value Preposition, Digital Mindset & Tech Agility.
Personal Attributes - Empathy & Self Awareness, Active Listening, Adaptive Learning, Innovation, Comfort in Ambiguity, Analytical & Critical Thinking, Passion & Perseverance.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Full-time, two-year program where program members work with GE businesses alongside experts in various locations.
Program members are typically a key pipeline for future leaders of GE’s global product community.
3-4 rotational assignments.
Global classroom experience and virtual coursework in advanced software and technology focused training, leadership, and business acumen.
Learning related to innovative new products and platforms.
Experience working in cross-functional teams and with different GE businesses.
Qualifications / Requirements:
A Bachelor’s and/or Master’s Degree in Computer Science, Applied Computer Science, IT Security, Informatics or relevant STEM discipline (primarily IT).
Less than 2 years after university graduation.
Fluency in English.
Prior intern, co-op or research experience in software, IT or relevant area.
Extra initiatives/engagements in student organizations is a plus.
Passion/aptitude for both software and information technology. Up to date with current industry standards, trending software and information technology development tools.
Solves technical challenges through regular application of common design patterns and identify appropriate patterns for use in problem solving. Ability to understand coding standards that meet and deliver desired functionality using the technology selected for the project.
Effective use of data structures and algorithms.
Demonstrated program / project management skills working on and leading teams.
Strong customer focus. Ability to understand how businesses solve problems in specific domain areas using technology.
Leadership experience inside and/or outside the classroom.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to articulate technical problems in clear and simple terms.
Contributes to creative solutions and challenges the status quo.
Proactively learns new tools and identifies opportunities for improvement and promotes their adoption.